5 great vegetarian options in Kilkenny City
For Breakfast: The Fig Tree
The Fig Tree Restaurant is built around an ethos of freshly prepared food sourced from local, Irish ingredients, in a relaxed casual dining setting. their plant based goujons and homemade brown bread is a satisfying combination that is well worth the visit.
For Lunch: Café la Coco
Cafe la coco is a small, cozy family run cafe in the heart of Kilkenny city. Within walking distance to some of Kilkenny’s top tourist attractions including Kilkenny Castle, Medieval Mile Museum and Rothe House. Loved by the locals and tourists visiting Kilkenny.
For Takeaway: The Cutting Vedge
The Cutting Vedge is a cozy plant based deli in the heart of Kilkennny City with an entirely vegan menu. They are the only solely Vegan food outlet in Kilkenny city.
The Cutting Vedge food is organic where possible gluten free and celiac friendly. With a wide selection of home-made desserts, the Cutting Vedge is the perfect destination for dinner or a healthy take away.
For Dinner: FoodWorks
A former bank in the town centre this bright, airy, fresh space is perfect for a dinner for two.
Their wholesome dishes use top local produce, including veg from the owner’s farm.
Foodworks is run by Peter Greany and Maeve Moore, their “farm to fork” philosophy makes for a fresh, seasonal menu with plenty of vegetarian options.
For Groups: Truffles
If you’re visiting Kilkenny’s medieval mile then Truffles Restaurant, is the perfect place to stop in. With ample seating and a menu full of locally sourced produce, it is the perfect spot for a friendly relaxed dinner with friends.